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April 24, 2009

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Andrew

> I wonder how long it'll be before we see a for-profit company making packaged, commercialized, user-friendly machines based on RepRap technology, the way Red Hat does for Linux?

Already happened: http://makerbot.com/

madaerodog

Their recent success with the circuit is a really road opener!

Be sure to pay us a visit at http://harkopen.com to learn more about open source hardware and rapid prototyping and other great projects , all open source.

Alex

European hobby-ists can already order RepRap kits from England:

http://www.bitsfrombytes.com/

And you might need to get the electronic parts from the RepRap Research Fundation (rrrf):

http://parts.rrrf.org/

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